Sydney, Australia, December 01, 2014 – Software industry star Atlassian is enlisting the support of food & support services company Synchrony Australia to provide innovative food services solution for it’s growing company.
Starting December 2014, Synchrony Australia will be rolling out several innovative changes to enhance Atlassian’s provision of food for it’s employees in its Sydney office.
Recently rated the best place to work in Australia 2014 according to BRW magazine, Atlassian has a reputation for empowering, training and valuing employees.
Founders Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar built their company on an understanding that company culture is constantly evolving and responding to changing employee needs is key to long-term success.
“Atlassian is a fast-moving dynamic software company that requires it’s food and service solutions provider to adapt with the organisations changing needs. Synchrony Australia’s business solutions seamlessly integrate and synchronise with the unique culture of the organisation we work with, boosting employee satisfaction in the workplace” says Sumeet Luthra, Executive Director – Synchrony Australia.
Operating in New South Wales, Synchrony Australia is an integrated workplace service solution provider of food and support services catering to business and industry, government and education sectors.
Synchrony Australia is quickly building a reputation for unique, tailored and fully supported business solutions including food catering services, corporate hospitality, workplace contemporary cafes, office kitchen pantries, concierge, corporate reception, security services, bio-cleaning or other non-core business services.
Synchrony Australia will enhance existing food services for Atlassian, introducing its delicious range of snack size grab and go menu. Freshly made each day, these tasty snacks include yoghurt with fruit cups, fruit salads, salad bar and other high-quality foods and beverages providing convenience and thereby enhancing Atlassian’s productivity, workplace enjoyment and overall job satisfaction.
Atlassian, a leading provider of collaboration software for teams with customers ranging from NASA and universities to tech giants like eBay and Twitter. Known for its open culture industry-leading software and unique business model, Atlassian supports innovative programs for its employees and new hires including quality, gourmet food services.
“We are proud to partner with Atlassian and support quality staff, manage food costs and reduce food waste. To remain competitive in this fast changing, tech-driven environment, businesses need to form strategic partnerships with companies that can adapt and change with them to ensure they do not get left behind” says John Wingate, Executive Director of Synchrony Australia.